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' ' Reeor8, rf/ar,'c,a o, Kan;r,, , q'HURSDAYI SEPTEMBER I i ! i [dressing in the Sl rimg. I,ememed to do quite a lot[store it, though, cot, sider[ley, and I called on Mrs.'E. The greatest adb. rantage,of [,better ,this year. jthese cle njrlg and storing]C.'Nel on at Red Cloud. ! spring topdressing is that .it ~--- [recommendations. Clean the [ '~ii"s:' H. C. Kellar toOk i allows an evaluat:ion of erQp GLJ ICE$ ]patio pieces carefully. Apply Mrs. John McCleery to the prospects and potlsibly mole- WITH l a sudsy ammonia solution doctor at Smith Center ture will be utilized more of- MARY FRANCESiwith a scrub brush. This ~ednesday a. m. and they ficiently. ; J treatment is especially ef- out her in the hospital. She When nitrogen is applied at the time of s~*.eding, it is important that more than 40 pounds per acre be ap- plied, as germination may be damaged. Nitrogen in excess feet,re for those Diecaul showing a build-up of tiny :black specks (m th2 surface. Once the furniture is clean rinse thoroughly with the garden hose and allow to edlitem;o Fertilize Wheat dry comph't :,ly hefqre put- .l~lil~Y" farmers in the tiny away. Allow plbnty of ro~m for storage and cons,d-. ,county are applying nitrogen towhc lkground in the form er how to best arrange each piece. Metal chairs and small of anhydrous ammonia, at the t:R'.e, sent time and s:='v- tables, for example, are le~s :eml ,at;e undecided about likely to be damaged if they ~'it~pty the nitrogen, are placed on their sides. tthis fall or next spring. Plastic bags slipped over each pi,'ce in storage w~ll 6o 11~1~ tg'fl~ consistent ex- a good protection job. psrhrllont~l evidence to indi- cate imt one time is super- Lhe other in yield. However; topdressing later In the spring after April 15 down and seeding suscep- Mrs. R. Avlsom usually rasul, ts in a higher tible varieties after the flY]JewelI Co. Home Economies (Thursday, Sept. !) 91 toin ,content, although free date, which is Sept,m- Agent I Mr. and Mrs. Clifford yi~ds'm:6 somewhat less. ber 28. [ M,ni ogen is applied this Later seeding and keep-l Jeweli County Home Eeo- [Combs and family of' SheF fall, it will probably r sult ing w)lunteer wheat downlnomies Advisory Committee[ ton, Wash. and his parents. in ,aM otop growth which also helps cut down n]Booth at State 'air [Mr. and Mrs. Co,be Combs, wilJ require more moisture, wheat streak mosaic. This[ Jewell County is amor, g[were Saturday overnight Th(s can be reduced by pas- disease has also Dresentedlthe ten counties which will lguests of Mrs. Nett!e Dadd. luringillg,,thethe, topWheatgrowthanddown.k ep- quit,few years.a problem in the past jibe displaying Home Econo-[Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dodd /If,a good stand is obtain-] Severalacres of Scout [mics Booths at the State/and Dale were Saturday ev- Fair in Hutchinson Sept. [ening supper guests to visit 17-22. The subiect of Jewell/Mrs. Dodd s boas,guests. d thil fall, this stand is[ wheat will be planted this lrl ntained throughout the lyear. This variety is suscep- County's booth is financial Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pred- Wtlfl ," and sbil moisture isI tible to Hessian fly and later ,m;lequnte next spring, fall lPhmting is recommended for more of Phillipsburg and appll tl0n of nitrogen [ would be comparable to u p-] 'The later seeded wheat II I cf 40 pounds per acre should be applied before seeding or later as a side-dressing. Hessian Fly , The Hessian fly popula-, tion has been building up in this area for the past few yc, ars. Several fields of wheat were damaged quite :severely this past spring. It is important that we take precautionary meas- ures to hold this insect pest to a minimum, such as keep- ing the volunteer wheatI FOR SEE ADMIRALS AT " Remember -- Starting Sept. llth, 95% of all Shows will be in Color this Fall. OPEN EVENINGS TILL 8:30 I .~U _ i ...... I , lllll security. The other counties which will be exhibiting booths include Barber, Bar- ton, Gore. Grant, Norton. Pawnee, Republic, Russc.ll, arm Wallace. All the booths are plann- ed and made by county Home Economics Advisory Committees with cotimy and district Home Economics Agents assisting. The booths describe lessons, projects, workshops, or special meet- ings during the pare yea; m county extension home eco- nomics programs. Those who have been planning the Jewell County booth include: Mrs. Walter Holloway, chairman; Mrs. Claude Frost, Mrs. Cleo Mor- ris, Mrs. Walter Marihugh, Mrs. Clarence Jensby, and Mrs. Glenn Kindler. Stop in to see the Jewell County booth. Cleaning and Storing Patio Furniture It won't be long before patio furniture will have outlived its usefulness for this season. Before you their daughter, Mrs. Dor- a,no Richter. Janet, Johnny and Shawn of St. Marie. Ida. visited at the R. Avisons on Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dodd and Dale and Mrs. Ray Dodd attended the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Waldron at Edgar. Nebr. last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dodd of Red Cloud were also there. It w~us Ray ahd Ever- ett's cousin. He has a pencil collection o:f over 2000. Mr. and IVlrs. Art P, rrine of Kansas City called at the R. Arisen home Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Chand- ler and Dee Templeton and Terry were Wednesday ev- ening supper guests of the Verle Michae]s at Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rog- ers have purdhased the Som- er's property and will move there in the near future. The R. Avisons were in Lebanon and Red Cloud Wednesday afternoon. Shir- I Abe Lincoln's day both books mad to read by 'were limited. Today "'i ii re i/re plenty of both. And, just as Abe " olli realized the importance of edue - g aed through reading, your Electric ',( 0tp ative knows that proper lighting ]kilt,become an essential part of today's :io i aii0nal process. With the availability of electricity, your children now have the ' l a fit of adequate lighting at school, at :,the library, and at home. is just one of the many facets ,of your life benefited every day by dec- liedty Your Electric Cooperative tablidaed to help make a better, euier, .ll e productive llfe for you. This avail- ..... .l! e source of power has revolutionized .(. pl:lases of rural living... Better Electrically. has the mumps. Mrs. Frances Kindler ac- companied her nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. John ;Price of Superior to Marion. Kans. Monday afternoon to visit his mother, Mrs. Agnes Price, and get their son, Johnny. They returned home Tuesday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. Harvey Sils- J by arrived home early Wed- nesday a. m. after visiting their relatives in Oregon. Her sister, Mrs. Bob Manely (if Lebanon went with them. A bridal shower was held for Miss Jean Gumm in the Coffee Shop dining room at Mankato Aug. 16. She will be married Sept. 4 to Larry Linton and they will live at Mankato. Mrs. Fern Manely and Lin- da and Mrs. Paula Stanley of Lebanon visited at the Harvey Silsby hom~" Thurs- day. The Lions Club entertain- ed the baseball boys and their parents',~ Thursday ev- citing. Mrs. Nartha McConnell and Mrs. Lillie Burgess of J for their home in Michigan. Dee Templeton and ITerrv left Saturday a. m. for their home in Las,Cruces, N. M. Mrs. Mabel " Simmons spent Friday night at the Raymond Griffith home Mary Lou look her to Man- kate Saturday a. m. to the Clarence Black home. She came for the ttumsinger pic= nic which was Sunday. Mrs. Lloyd Gardner (Thursday, Sept. 1) Mrs. Cleo Dempsey cam~ home from the hospital Wed- nesday evening. I Mrs. Dennis Murray and Brian called Tuesday on Mrs. Richard Gardner. Lew Edgars of Webber and Margie Sutherland were Monday afternoon visitors at the Frank Dempsey home. Community Club met Thursday with Margaret Keeler. Mrs. Atta Rathbun and Mrs. lrl Snyder were guests. Next meeting will be Sept. 8th with Rose-Meg as hostess. Grace Cole spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Arby Cole at Burr Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sim- mons and sons of Kensington Lebanon were Friday dinner were Tuesday dinner guests and supper guests of Mrs. of Mrs. Rosa Schoonover. Frances Burgess and family. Callers the past week of Mr. and Mrs. James Johns Mrs. Cleo Dempsey were: and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lor- Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Demp- sey and Kevin, Gerald Dempsey and Mike, Mrs. ence were Sunday dinner guests at the Doyle Lorences Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Frost were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Vcboril at Lebanon. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baker were Sunday evening callers on Mr. and Mrs. ,lames Johns. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene John- son and 3 daughters of Om- aha were Monday afternoon callers at the Doyle Jeffers' home. The Silsby reunion was held Sunday at the Lagion Hall. Mrs. Lucille Frost called at Rev. Enyeart's home on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Chase of Grand Island came Tuesday afternoon to the Doyle Jeffers home and left Wednesday a. m. for home. Mrs. Frances Biggs and children left Thursday a. m. THE NEW DURABLE. A NEW IN THE Ill Ii II .# PECIAL FABRICS NEED SPECIAL CARE... The kind of care they get in a GAS clothes dryer! You see, most manuhcturer~ of the new "Permanent Press" or "Durable Press" garments recommend tumble drying.., and they say so right on the label, When you combine tumble de/i~ with gentle, "just right" Gas heat., that's when you get the best "no.iron" re~ulb. Your clothes are never subjected to searing directlheaL And Gas dries for a fraction of the cost of any other method. See the ne~ dryers at your dealer's or visit our office! I the bi difference, $'DRYER DBti:l Oi... THE ([~AS SERVICE CO. Natural Oas law Home, Bttetmln and ndud r I I I II I IIII Ill ' .... IIIII ........... I II N _ _ IL .... II I I1,|1 Beryl Jacobsen, Grace Cole. Ethyl Dempsey, Mrs. Bill Hedge and Mrs. Rosa Schoonover. Orrin Lewis and son, Dick of Belleville were recen callers of Mrs. Thee Kelly. Mrs. Jim Peteete. Becky and Matt visited friends in Salina Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lawerance Whipple and granddaughter of Jetmore spent the week- end with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dempsey. Mrs. Vida Inge and a friend of Concordia called Friday afternoon on Mollie Jones and at the Lewis Reece home. Lloyd Falk spent the weekend in Salina and brought Mrs. Falk home. She has spent the past week at the Ronnie Brown home. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hosk- ins of Superior were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Rosa Schoon- over. Jerry Kinsey and his com- bine crew returned home Saturday from S. D. Mr. and Mrs. James Full- erton and Mr. and Mrs. Eu- gene Jessup took Janis Full- often to Hutchinson Sunday Vehe~ she will attend the Grace Hospital School of Nursima this fail. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Jacob- son were weekend guests of Mr. and J. C. Jones in Timken. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. l rank Demp- sey were: Mr. and Mrs. Law- erance Whipple a:'.o grand- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dempsey, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Dcmpsey and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Staplcton. Mrs. Lovona Bartley (Thursday, Sept. I) Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Dietz and Sherri were Tuesday ev- ening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Diets and boys of Clay Center. We have greatly enjoyed the cooler temperature dur- ing the month of August and the rainfall of the past month. We are hoping this week remains nice for the first week of school. Most of the schools of our area be- gin today (Monday). Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bart- ley and Gall and Tberon and Thadean , Gregg were Super- ior visitors Thursday after- noon and spent some time at the Darrell Thayer home. The hmia Teen Center held their last meeting Fri- day, Aug. 26. Officers elect- ed for the coming year are President. Carl Khun; Vice- President. Lee Brinker: Sec- retary-Treasurer, Tommy Tucker; Teen Council Re- 3resentatv.,e. Max Railsback and Joann Schmidt. Tommy Tucker won the trophy from the Ping Pong Tournament. A watermelon feed is being planncd to raise money for a record player next year. We have had a very suc- cessful summer. Membership stands at 25. Many times with guests we have had 30 present at our meetings. An organizatic, n such as this cannot be a success without parents' support. A big "thank you" for all the par- ents' help. Next summer we are looking forward to more good times. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Thay- er and Ronnie were Friday evening visitors at the Glenn Bartley home,,. Wednesday afternoon call- ers of Ed, Fedde a,r;d Mrs. Emma Brinkworth were Mrs. Anna Schultz, Carl and Cal- vin, Mr, and Mrs. A. C. Fed- de, Mr. and Mrs. Ben F ':ide BEER-A blg boost to the economyl The brewing industry each year contributes over 1.4 billion dollars in federal, state and local exciss taxes. Wages and salaries in the brewing industry account for almost 5{)0 million dollars, and the purchase of packaging materials from other in- dustries runs over 550 million. So next time you enjoy a cool, refreshing brew after hard work or play, remember--BEER is good .in more ways than oriel MNff|D STATES BREVI RS ABSOCIATION, IN( . P.O. Box 1435, T eka, Kansas 66601 , j i,, i i, i COMMUNITY AUCTION We will have another sale at Andy's Auction Hm se in Superior, Nebr., starting at 6 o'clock FRIDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 9 1 Dining Room Table, 6 Chairs and Hutch. 1 Dining Room Table, 6 Chairs, Buffet and Serving Table. 1 Gas Heating Stove, 60,000 BTU, automatic shut-off. 1 Gas Heating Stove, 45,000 BTU, automatic shut-off. Re- frigerators, Bedroom Suite, Dresses, Chest, New Box Springs and M:attress, stoves, lots of Miscellaneous Articles, Washers and Dry- ,ere. ANDY'S AUCTION HOUSE M. E. Momtgomery, Manager .............. III II ....... Mrs. granddaughter, mellnk and Joe Lebanon, Ore. Mr and Mrs. de and l inda of spent the weekend Ben Fed0e home. Mrs. Roger Fedde, and Bruce .,pent night with them Dr.i and family were the western United a vacation trip. Glenn Bartley, hattan spent noon and Sunday ] home of his parents, Mrs. Glenn Bartley The local saddle members enjoyed a Trail Ride Saturday Mrs. Emma Cooper ton was a Sunday Mrs. Emma Ed Fedde. Judy Ahlvers s weekend with her Mr. and Mrs. John She will return her es at Marymount Co Salina on Thursdal rode home wilh Brent of Alton. Bet are nursing slude: Marymount. Sunday dinner gu Mr. and Mrs. Glenn and Gall were Ro,,er Theron and TI de* Glenn Bartley, Jr. Gregg remained in fvw days hmgcr to ear treatments by a ,st. Gall Bartley Mr. and Mrs. RufuS! chester and Neil to Center Sunday attend the horse race~ Mr. and Mrs. Duane ett and children of spent Wednesday and day with Mr. and ry AMvers and Pickett is a brother Ahlvers, Mr. and Mrs. and Judy were guests of Mr. and bern Buttermore of fin. Nebr. Marta and aacklyn nard spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Dietz and Sherri. Mrs. Cheryl Paul of Springfield, Iil Wednesday dinner the Floyd S The Orndorff famil cently returned of Europe. Mr. and Mrs. ley and girls spent evening at the melink home. watermelon and showed their home Mr. and Mrs. Floyd re,link and Ronnie Dan DeBey at the Center hospital ternoon. Mr. DeBey injured in a traffic Mrs. Tom Miles coffee Tuesday members of the Chatter Club. There members present. Mr. and Mrs. LesterL were Sunday evening ols at the Rolla Charley Ramey Kansas City on Friday he met his son, Bill, been on a long trip eign countries this Miss Donna Hills led Charley as far aa rence, where she iS ready to enter K. U. sophomore year. i ,~ L,, only For your call FARMgRANCH LOAN @ll I,i~ll tillttl ill II ee ,* FEDERAL BANK ASS'N. BELOIT B LOIT, KAY, Mankam Offlee .at w ell